Muhammad Zaman, Ph.D.

Vice Chair (BME); Professor (BME, MSE)

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Convergent Themes

Muhammad Zaman is an active interdisciplinary researcher in the following areas:

Synthetic Biology, Tissue Engineering, & Mechanobiology |͟↗̱|

Our research transcends disciplines across Boston University and the College of Engineering, drawing upon diverse thinking to solve societal challenges.

Selected recent publications

    1. Indorica Sutradhar, Carly Ching, Darash Desai, Zachary Heins, Ahmad S. Khalil, and Muhammad H. Zaman. “Effects of antibiotic interaction on antimicrobial resistance development in wastewater.” Scientific Reports 13, no. 1 (2023): 7801.
    2. Mark Suprenant, Elevanie Nyankesha, Ralfh Moreno-Garcia, Valentina Buj, Ahmadu Yakubu, Fouzia Shafique, and Muhammad H. Zaman. “Assessing the relationship between operationally defined zero-dose communities and access to selected primary healthcare services for children and pregnant women in emergency settings.”PloS one 18, no. 2 (2023): e0281764
    3. Indorica Sutradhar and Muhammad H. Zaman. One Health approaches to improve refugee health. Lancet Global Health. December 2021. The Lancet. Global Health 9, no. 12 (2021): e1646-e1647
    4. Rana Hussein, Mark Suprenant, Najwa Al-Dheeb, Saul Guerrero, Elaine Rogers, Fouzia Shafique, Meredith Dyson and Muhammad H. Zaman. A mathematical Model to Estimate the Incidence of Child Wasting in Yemen. Conflict and Health 15, 62 (2021).
    5. Carly Ching and Muhammad H. Zaman. “Identification of Multiple Low-Level Resistance Determinants and Coselection of Motility Impairment upon Sub-MIC Ceftriaxone Exposure in Escherichia coli.”Msphere6, no. 6 (2021): e00778-21
    6. IndoricaSutradharCarly ChingDarash DesaiMark SuprenantEmma BriarsZachary Heins Ahmad S. Khalil and Muhammad H. Zaman. Computational Model To Quantify the Growth of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria in Wastewater. mSystems, 2021, Volume 6. Number 3,  June 2021


Departments or Divisions: Biomedical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering

Affiliations: Primary & Affiliated Faculty, Synthetic Biology, Tissue Engineering & Mechanobiology